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Understand your hormonal health with our female fertility testing options.

Know your hormones

1 in 8 couples has trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Progesterone Test

The Progesterone-Ovulation test offers you an insight into your ability to ovulate by measuring the level of Progesterone in your blood.

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Ovarian Reserve Test

The Ovarian Reserve Test offers you an insight into how many eggs you have left in your ovaries by testing the range of Anti Mullerian Hormone (AMH) in the blood.

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Female Hormone Test

The Female Hormone test offers a comprehensive picture of your fertility status by looking at a number of key hormones including Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Prolactin and Oestradiol.

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When should you take each test?

Your hormone levels change throughout your menstrual cycle, this calculator will help you to determine when you should take your test.

Fertility Facts

Find out more about the fertility factors.

Stress

Chronic stress can trigger the overproduction of cortisol in men and women causing hormonal imbalances and thus a decreased likelihood of healthy conception.

Weight

To ensure a healthy pregnancy, you require at least 22% of body fat. Maintaining a healthy BMI increases your chances of a healthy pregnancy. A healthy BMI can be observed using a BMI Calculator. A healthy BMI is observed between 25 and 29.9.

Timing

The "fertile window" in women refers to the six days before ovulation. The lifespan of spermatozoa is five days and the lifespan of an ovum is 24 hours. Having sex every second day in the six days leading up to the release of the ovum increases the likelihood of healthy conception.

Sexual Health

It's of great importance that you take regular sexual health tests before attempting to become pregnant. Many people believe that STDs don't affect pregnancy, and many are asymptomatic however chlamydia, for example, can cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) which can lead to infertility.

Nutrition

A varied diet with an adequate supply of calcium, protein, and iron is essential in fuelling the body correctly. Calcium, folic acid, healthy fats, vitamin B12, vitamin D and iron are particularly important for a healthy pregnancy.

Age

From the age of 32, a woman's chances of becoming pregnant begin to decrease, by the age of 35, this decline becomes more rapid. As a fetus, women will carry between 5 and 7 million eggs, by the time a woman is going through menopause, they will have 1,000 eggs. By the time a woman is 40 years old, there is only a 5% chance of becoming pregnant.

Lifestyle

Certain lifestyle factors such as heavy smoking, drinking and use of recreational drugs, particularly marijuana, are known to impact a one's fertility potential.

How it works

Order Test

Discreet Delivery

Your test will be delivered to you in discreet packaging, with next day delivery. Order on-the-go without having to visit a physician's office.

Coolect Sample

Collect Your Sample

Activate your test and collect your sample in the morning. Return your sample on the same day, using the prepaid shipping label provided.

Review Results

Review Accurate Results

Once your sample arrives in the laboratory, confidential results will be available from your secure online account within 2 to 5 days.

Medical Staff

Get Medical Support

Our dedicated team of physicians and nurses are available 24/7 and will call you to explain your results.

Benefits

Convenience

We will deliver highly accredited lab tests directly to your door, with online results in 2 - 5 days. No more physician offices or needing to take time off work.

Control

You control the entire testing process and can manage your test results from a secure online account. No more chasing doctors for your information.

Confidence

You can take confidence in knowing that your health is being tracked, monitored and improved on an on-going basis with continuous support from our medical team.